Dig into how your valuable military skills convert to valuable skills in the civilian workforce. It’s not always easy, but with practice and guidance from Veteran’s Employment you’ll soon be able to visualize yourself in a civilian career.
No one enjoys writing a cover letter and hiring managers don’t enjoy reading poorly written cover letters. How about we take the pain out of cover letters for everyone – for you and for the people who will read your cover letter.
The good news is that there are many businesses committed to hiring veterans. See our list of employers are supportive of helping men and women, like you who committed to serving and protecting Americans.
Veterans’ Preference is a benefit that is gives qualifying veterans preference during the hiring process within the federal government.
We’ve put together our top resume writing tips that will help you convert your military experience, education, and skills to a civilian career.
Interview preparation includes doing research about the company, thinking about the questions you’ll be asked (and how you’ll answer), and even asking a friend or family member to do a practice interview with you.
Before you sign-up for any of the pay-to-participate employment services, we want you to take advantage of the many free veteran’s job placement services. Here's a list.
Learn about the job-specific programs available to veterans seeking civilian employment. These programs can help ease your transition.